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2:51 pm
Wed August 18, 2010

Vietnam Vet Finally Home

Tulsa, OK – A military honor guard stands at attention as the remains of Army Chief Warrant Officer Donald Wann is unloaded from a plane at Tulsa International Airport this afternoon.

Wann was killed in Vietnam, 39-years ago. His remains were only recently identified through testing done in Hawaii.

His family plans a celebration of his life Saturday at the Southeast Baptist Church in Muskogee.It will begin at 10 A.M.

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Local & Regional
2:39 pm
Wed August 18, 2010

Hungry Tulsans Receive Aid

Tulsa, Okla. – Relief organizations are active in Tulsa these days, even with reports that the recession is lifting. Hunger-relief organization Feed the Children recognizes the need some families face after months of holding on.

Three semi trucks in its Americans Feeding Americans caravan stopped in Tulsa today to deliver food, amenities and Avon products to needy families.

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Local & Regional
2:34 pm
Wed August 18, 2010

Nichols' Lawsuit Update

Denver, Co – Judge dismisses Oklahoma City bomber's suit

DENVER (AP) A federal judge in Denver has dismissed claims by Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols that prison officials violated his constitutional rights by depriving him of a diet he requested for health and religious reasons.

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Local & Regional
1:29 pm
Wed August 18, 2010

Downtown Lofts

KWGS News Photo

Tulsa, OK – New Lofts in Downtown Tulsa Bring Urban Feel

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Local & Regional
10:15 am
Wed August 18, 2010

ACT Scores Flat

Oklahoma City, OK – OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) State education officials say the average scores of Oklahoma high school seniors on the ACT exam remained steady at 20.7. The average score in math didn't change while the average science score increased as English and reading scores decreased slightly.


Copyright 2010 The Associated Press.

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Local & Regional
10:14 am
Wed August 18, 2010

Wednesday's Top Stories

August 18, 2010 – Tulsa's Top Local News Stories Wednesday Morning

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Local & Regional
10:03 am
Wed August 18, 2010

Heat May Have Killed Airline Puppies

American Airlines

Fort Worth, Texas – Airline says heat may be factor in 7 puppy deaths

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) Heat might have killed seven puppies that died in the cargo hold of an American Airlines jet this month.

A spokeswoman for the airline said Tuesday that necropsies on the puppies were inconclusive but found that heat "may have been a factor."

The airline is defending its handling of the situation, saying the flight complied with company policy that prohibits shipping animals in hot weather.

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Local & Regional
10:01 am
Wed August 18, 2010

Another Death Delay

Death Row Inmate Jeffrey Matthews
DOC

Oklahoma City, OK – Federal judge stays Okla. execution

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A federal judge has issued a stay of execution for an Oklahoma death row inmate scheduled to die by lethal injection for the death of his 77-year-old great-uncle 16 years ago.

The stay was issued Tuesday just hours before Jeffrey David Matthews was set to be executed. A federal judge in Oklahoma City granted a stay until Oct. 16.

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StudioTulsa
6:35 pm
Tue August 17, 2010

Education Week: Tony Wagner

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Local & Regional
4:22 pm
Tue August 17, 2010

City and Fairgrounds come to terms

The Golden Driller on the fairgrounds.
KWGS News Photo

Tulsa, Ok – Upon the request of the Tulsa County fair board, the City of Tulsa has agreed to a stormwater fee credit that will end a dispute over outstanding fees charged to the County for stormwater collection and refuse services at the Tulsa County Fairgrounds.

The City agreed to credit the County's stormwater fees to account for the construction of a stormwater detention facility built prior to the City's annexation of the fairgrounds in 2009. The Tulsa County fair board voted to accept the credit today.

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